Screen Saver

Film savvy helped Brett Hendrie land one of Hot Docs’ top jobs

Powerful Women

U of T grads named to the Women's Executive Network's 100 most powerful women in Canada

Female engineering students are more likely to choose environmental and biomedical disciplines because they believe advances in these fields have a direct impact on today’s pressing issues

Women Wanted

Engineering faculty hopes mentorship, new image will reverse slide in female enrolment

All in the Family

The Drakiches are likely the only brother-and-sister combo coaching volleyball at a university in Canada

Stay Awhile!

New rules let international students reside in Canada for longer after graduating

Jackie Orange

Our Own Jackie O.

Former alumni governor encourages grads to consider "life-changing" role with U of T

Above, back row from left: Amy Lo, Paul Mang, Yvonne Lo, Kenneth Lo, Nick Lo, Elaine Lo. Front: Amy's daughters. Photo: Daniel Ehrenworth

Suited for Success

Hong Kong clothing magnate Kenneth Lo and his family have tailored a lifelong relationship with U of T

Brain Gain

Many talented Canadian researchers are returning home from the U.S. And it's not for the maple syrup.

Black and white still image from Mark Lewis's Rush Hour, Morning and Evening (2003), in which two pedestrians' shadows are seen upside down

Art in Venice

U of T curator Barbara Fischer is headed to the 2009 Venice Biennale with artist Mark Lewis

Lunchtime Express

Five years, and thousands of meals later, Victoria students are still delivering lunches to those in need

Iron Granny

Louise McGonigal is a two time half-Ironman champion

Joan of Architecture

While everyone else was tearing down historical buildings and throwing up mega-developments, architect Joan Burt spoke up for preservation

John Daniels, in a dark suit, is standing with his arms crossed against a wall next to an illustration of a chair labelled with its dimensions. Myrna stands beside him, in a black dress and heels, with one hand on his shoulder.

By Grand Design

A $14-million gift from John and Myrna Daniels will transform the Faculty of Architecture

A Nobel Gesture

Dr. Oliver Smithies has created a visiting lectureship to inspire students

Ms. Chatelaine

New editor-in-chief Maryam Sanati brings an international perspective to the popular women's magazine

Rock Star

Chemist André Arsenault finds an intriguing use for artificial opals


The Hart House Chess Club makes some strategic moves at the Pan American tournament

Stage Presence

Janet Bessey's gift will help preserve Hart House Theatre's role on campus

David Shore and Hugh Laurie on the set of House. Photo courtesy of Fox/Global

The House That Dave Built

How law grad David Shore took one misanthropic doctor, added a large dose of twisted humour and created the hit medical drama House

Thinking Big

Chief advancement officer David Palmer lays the groundwork for the next generation of fundraising at U of T